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Whistle-Blowers: VA's Watchdog Office Is Failing Us

One year after the Department of Veterans Affairs scandal broke, senators say the VA office that should be helping truth-tellers is still broken.

Pentagon Doesn’t Know if it’s Allowed to Defend Syrian Fighters or Turkish 'Safe Zone'

That's an odd situation to be in as the U.S. puts the first of its trained-and-equipped opposition fighters into Syria and finalizes an agreement with Turkey to back a "safe zo...


What Jonathan Pollard Did to Land in Prison for 30 Years

The former Navy analyst is serving a life sentence in a North Carolina prison.

What Not to Pack According to the TSA's Instagram Account

The  Transportation Security Administration  shows off some of the strangest things they have confiscated—be warned!

Obama’s Unnecessary and Risky Foreign Policy Gamble

The president's supporters say he's taking America "out of the rut of history" with Iran, but he's actually making a generational mistake.

There’s One Big Problem with the White House Plan to Close Guantanamo

The Obama administration says some prisoners will have to be transferred to U.S. soil. But current law bars any such move—and by some readings, it forbids even looking at opt...

House-Backed Bill Orders a Hiring Spree to Fix Embattled Secret Service

The Secret Service will hire 285 employees to plug security holes found in recent years. 

Photos: How the White House Reacted on 9/11

Newly released photos from the National Archives show then-Vice President Dick Cheney as he watches 9/11 unfold. 

Here's Why Westerners Join ISIS

Many have become jihadist fighters in the apparent hope of achieving martyrdom.

Senate Panel Approves 10 Years of Protection Services for Hack Victims

Barbara Mikulski introduced the measure, saying it was the least Congress could do to protect civil servants. 

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